Other Scholarship Recipients

National Geographic Grant


The National Geographic Early Career Grant Winner – Abbey Engleman

The National Geographic Society awards grants for conservation, education, research, storytelling, and technology through its Committee for Research and Exploration. Congratulations FSUCML Graduate Student Abbey Engleman for receiving the National Geographic Early Career grant for her proposal titled: 3D Technology to Advance Coral Reef Restoration.

This proposal includes both research and an outreach component, which use separate types of 3D technology. The research will use 3D modeling and 3D printing to design scalable settlement substrates to test the influence of multi-level structural complexity and chemical morphogens on larval settlement and post-settlement survival.

2017 -

  • Save Our Seas Foundation Award - Bryan Keller (Ph. D. Student, FSU Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Science. Advisor: R Dean Grubbs). To protect life in our oceans, especially sharks and rays, the Save Our Seas Foundation has expanded its support of global marine research, conservation and education initiatives.  Congratulations to FSUCML Graduate Student Bryan Keller (advisor Dr. Dean Grubbs) on his research being one of 18 funded new projects aimed at generating critical knowledge on marine species and their habitats.  To read more about Bryan and his research click here: https://saveourseas.com/project-leader/bryan-keller-2/


  • PADI - Bob Ellis, Ph. D.  (Department of Biological Science, Advisor Coleman)

Last Updated: Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 10:03 AM